My October Book Haul

October has been decent when it comes to acquiring books. A total of 8 books were added to my shelves, two of which were review copies sent to me by the publisher (thank you Gyldendal). So why don't we just jump right in and see what they were. 99% mine by Sally Thorne Read my... Continue Reading →

My September Book Haul

How, why, how? How is it October already? Next time I blink it'll be Christmas! Despite September suddenly being over, I was able to get 5 books. Here they are All the Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth I received this book in the Chocolate&Book subscription box. In the last day of summer, Grace Fairchild, the... Continue Reading →

August Book Haul

I barely bought any books this summer (it's horrible, I know), but I made sure to change that in August. This month I got a total of 9 books and without further ado, here they are. Finale by Stephanie Garber The Immortals Quartet by Tamora Pierce   The Bride Test by Helen Hoang   Beautiful... Continue Reading →

July book haul

In July I bought a staggering 3 books! I know, right? I'm crazy.. One physical and two from iBooks ( I got a 4th one as well on iBooks, but it was free so does that really count?) The books I got were: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston   Love You Love... Continue Reading →

April Book Haul

Hello book lovelies (booklies?) I can't believe April is already over. What is happening to this year? I feel like I can barely blink without a whole week passing by. Before I know it, summer will be long gone and it'll be winter again.. but let's not be hasty mister Meriadoc. It's been a busy... Continue Reading →

Monthly Book Haul – March 2019

Would you believe that another month has passed? That it's April?!?! I think that's insane and I'm sure there's a time god somewhere, swallowing the weeks like they'd never existed. Am I the only one feeling like this? Anywho. I have a nice mix of differently acquired books; review copies, e-book, holiday purchases and normal... Continue Reading →

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